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eBook Deadpool Max: Nutjob ePub

by Kyle Baker,David Lapham

  • ISBN: 0785148507
  • Category: Graphic Novels
  • Subcategory: Funnies
  • Author: Kyle Baker,David Lapham
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Marvel (June 1, 2011)
  • Pages: 144
  • ePub book: 1975 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1330 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 704

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All in all, Deadpool MAX: Nutjob isn't perfect, but it is plenty enjoyable, fun, and rowdy; and I for one can't wait to see where the story goes . Ultimately I wish there was more of Deadpool and much less of Agent Bob in this book.

All in all, Deadpool MAX: Nutjob isn't perfect, but it is plenty enjoyable, fun, and rowdy; and I for one can't wait to see where the story goes from here. 6 people found this helpful. Also, though the narrative grabs you (in some uncomfortable places at times), the artwork is all over the place, and short of the cursing and very neutrally-drawn nudity, didn't see much of a reason for this to be a "Max" title in and of itself.

David Lapham - writer Kyle Baker - artist. The MAX imprint takes characters from the Marvel universe and reimagines them in a grittier, more "realistic" setting. Some standouts from this line include Punisher MAX and Fury MAX by Garth Ennis

David Lapham - writer Kyle Baker - artist. Some standouts from this line include Punisher MAX and Fury MAX by Garth Ennis. Deadpool is an interesting choice for the MAX imprint since the standard Marvel universe character is already an insane ultraviolent ninja with a penchant for amply-endowed women. It's hard to get much more "adult" than that. Lapham's Deadpool MAX does indeed David Lapham - writer Kyle Baker - artist

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Unkillable mercenary, hopeless romantic, nutjob. Deadpool MAX, Volume 2: Involuntary Armageddon. Deadpool MAX Omnibus. Deadpool MAX, Volume 3: Second Cut.

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Kyle Baker, winner of both the Harvey Award and the Eisner Award, is the creator of thirteen graphic novels. His cartoons have appeared in the "New Yorker," "National Lampoon," "Esquire," "Entertainment Weekly," and many other publications. Co-creator of "Truth" for Marvel Comics, he lives in New York City.

It’s written by David Lapham with art by Kyle Baker To show how crazy Lapham made this series the first issue features Deadpool with Domino who faked her own pregnancy.

It’s written by David Lapham with art by Kyle Baker. Baker’s style is sort of like old Mad magazine with no real backgrounds in the panels. There is also one issue by Shawn Crystal and another by John Rauch who are more traditional artists. To show how crazy Lapham made this series the first issue features Deadpool with Domino who faked her own pregnancy. To get out of it she gives DP a doll and then runs off and murders a bunch of people. Deadpool however is still committed to the relationship and ties her up and makes her accept the doll as her child.

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David Lapham is a comic book writer and penciller best known for his creator own work Stray Bullets. Top Rated Lists for Deadpool Max: Nutjob. 14 items My Comic Inventory. 1. Kyle Baker is an American cartoonist, comic-book writer and artist and animator.

You may think you know Deadpool. Unkillable mercenary, hopeless romantic, nutjob. It's that last part that presents a problem and that's where Agent Bob steps in. Bob's sole charge in life is to point Deadpool at the problem and pull the trigger--not an easy task whenyour agent is three cards shy of a full deck, and even harder when you've gone deep cover in the impenetrable fortress of Hammerhead, the Grand Don of the most powerful criminal organization in the world, and your unkillable agent is head over heels for a French maid named Inga...well, you begin to see the inherent problems of the job.

Comments

Jesmi Jesmi
Like the previous reviewer stated, hearing about a MAX take on Deadpool had me hoping for a similar MAX take on The Punisher that Garth Ennis delivered. While this first MAX storyarc starring our favorite "Merc with a Mouth" doesn't deliver the same kind of satisfaction that the MAX take on Frank Castle delivered, Deadpool MAX: Nutjob is plenty entertaining and enjoyable regardless. A majority of the story is told from that of Agent Bob; a hapless agent who is stuck acting as Deadpool's partner and winds up getting involved in all sorts of violent, bloody mishaps...and that's saying it lightly! Writer David Lapham (Stray Bullets, Daredevil VS Punisher) provides a looney enough script with even loonier situations, but it's the artwork of the great Kyle Baker that really gives this collected edition the fun and attitude that makes it so enjoyable. All in all, Deadpool MAX: Nutjob isn't perfect, but it is plenty enjoyable, fun, and rowdy; and I for one can't wait to see where the story goes from here.
Dugor Dugor
After waiting for this collection to come out I was honestly hoping for quite a bit more payoff. Since the end leaves open the possibility of future installments, one can only hope the time spent on character building (the retcon-averse will have a nice spergfest over this book) will pay off there. I can understand the reasoning, though - people who pick this up on the stand at Barnes and Noble will pick it up because it's got the MAX stamp on it if they're not already Deadpool fans. So a bit of introduction is necessary. Unfortunately, unlike Ennis' "Born" and "In the Beginning" pieces for his MAX imprint of Frank Castle, the introduction for Deadpool is handled "haphazardly at length" and those unfamiliar are better suited to pulling his character page up on Wikipedia.

Ultimately I wish there was more of Deadpool and *much* less of Agent Bob in this book. Also, though the narrative grabs you (in some uncomfortable places at times), the artwork is all over the place, and short of the cursing and *very* neutrally-drawn nudity, didn't see much of a reason for this to be a "Max" title in and of itself. Unless it's the brief foray into homosexual BDSM at the beginning and *very* powerfully-worded white supremacist dogma is what earned it the badge.

Final verdict: I enjoyed reading it. I didn't love it, though, and if there are future installments I'll be waiting for the collections.

If you were hoping for a Deadpool GN in the style of Ennis' MAX treatment of The Punisher and Nick Fury, this ain't it. Definitely worth the read under twenty bucks, though.
greed style greed style
Ah Deadpool, you lovable loony toon. The story here is obviously a bit more edgier than the ones published for younger readers but it never really hits the hard R level. Comes close a few times so maybe not a good choice for your 12 year old nephew.
Fani Fani
Deadpool MAX isn't canon with the rest of the Marvel universe. Characters' histories have changed and important past events have changed or are omitted entirely. This series runs on its own, enclosed tangent and just isn't authentic Deadpool. If all you care about is graphic violence and humor, then you'll probably enjoy it
Beazekelv Beazekelv
The title really describes the book for the mst part. The humor is great with alot of what you would expect from Deadpool, but the art style is just so wierd. If you want a some of the newer Deadpool humor that the series has become more famous for then this is it if you can look past the art.
Grinin Grinin
First of all I am a big fan of Deadpool, so it kills me to have to give this any less than a stellar review. I debated giving this 2 or even 1 star, but I love the character too much.

I read the other reviews saying that this was the best of Deadpool. I was expecting laugh out loud jokes, violence, wackiness, and crudeness. While the violence is there, it isn't that much more impressive than a regular Deadpool comic. Crudeness, yes, but there wasn't anything really funny here.

The good:

Deadpool is in it. Deadpool does one or two mildly humorous things.

Bob's relationship as the abused guy was kind of funny. (Don't want to give too much away)

The Bad:

Deadpool is in it. He is badly written, his back story is completely messed up (in more ways than one), but more specifically it doesn't follow cannon for most of it. His tragic background is so overblown that it just seems forced. He is a dog being led around on a leash by Bob, who is also a lame, badly written character.

Deadpool is supposed to be funny and sometimes poignant, but in this he just isn't either. I have trouble caring about the bigger, shadowy plot that is hinted at, and even find it difficult to connect with the characters on any level.

The artwork is atrocious. Some people might like it, I suppose, but I didn't like the style at all.

Many, many pages were dedicated to some white supremacist ranting. Okay, everyone knows what white supremacists believe in, you don't need to go on and on and on with some racist/ antisemitic BS for shock value. It wasn't funny, entertaining, or even shocking. Just obnoxious.

Overall I would have to say I am sorry that Deadpool didn't get the writer or artist he deserves. An uncensored DP comic could have been so, so much better. I am saddened and disappointed.
Xal Xal
GREAT!
Great story, great art. If you're not familiar with the character Deadpool, this is a good place to start. It's just a fun comic, all around.